Thursday, November 14, 2019, 7:30pm. At Temple Emanuel, 300 North Clark Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Parking available on local streets and in the Temple’s reserved parking garage located at the corner of Burton Way and Herzl Way.
Ticket: $20 One General Admission Ticket
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Political extremism has gone mainstream. How does political extremism on social media progress from internet surfers, to campaigns, to elections, to the oval office? Do social media juggernauts like Facebook, Reddit, and others, have a responsibility to police or monitor their users who post extremist views? What is the impact of these sites and what is their influence on our society, our young people, and our voters? Andrew Marantz, a longtime contributor to The New Yorker, examines these issues in his critically important new book, Antisocial. Marantz investigates conspiracists, white supremacists, and once- fringe political players and traces their ascendance through their use of social media to drive their agenda all the way to the White House.
In conversation with Sewell Chan, Deputy Managing Editor of the Los Angeles Times. Chan has held reporting and editorial positions at both the New York Times and at the Washington Post. He was part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team of reporters who covered former New York Governor Elliot Spitzer and his subsequent resignation.
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